Suzlon reappoints Tanti back to the top job

Chairman and founder of Suzlon, Tulsi Tanti, has been reappointed as managing director at Suzlon.

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(Correction: In an earlier version of the story, it was reported that Tulsi Tanti had stepped down from the post of CEO at Suzlon in 2016. This is not the case, Tanti did not serve as CEO but managing director, nor did he step down from that role).

Suzlon's founder Tulsi Tanti, who is also chairman, will continue his role as managing director at the wind turbine manufacturer which he has built up from the ground, reveals Suzlon in a press release to the Indian stock exchange.

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